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Laying Away Treasure

Many Americans were charmed when an anonymous lady walked into a Toys R Us store and paid off remaining layaway balances.

Monks in the Inner City

St. Benedict’s Prep boasts a nearly 100 percent college acceptance rate. And it’s run by monks.

A Diplomatic Life, The Wide World of Music, Hoping to Remember 100 Million

A creative cornucopia of galleries from math to space to baseball is brought to the public by the generosity of donors.

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Math Magic, Creating a Cultural Village

A creative cornucopia of galleries from math to space to baseball is brought to the public by the generosity of donors.

Mobility in Bricks and Mortar

A creative cornucopia of galleries from math to space to baseball is brought to the public by the generosity of donors.

College Endowment Disparities

A recent study by the Sutton Trust reveals that university endowments in the U.K. badly lag U.S. counterparts, and that the fund

Briefly Noted

A Secret Santa. Disaster giving. Taxing church attendance. Adopt a neighborhood.

Horizon Communities in Prisons

Inmates change their lives with great works of literature

Interview with Steve Green

The Hobby Lobby president describes his forthcoming Museum of the Bible.

Museums Across America

A creative cornucopia of galleries from math to space to baseball is brought to the public by the generosity of donors.

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